On the edge of Going, an idyllic sunny village is currently being created with a total of eight exclusive Alpine chalets which will be built in two construction phases. The houses are manufactured in the special massive timber construction "Thoma wood-100", which is characterised by the use of local timber, harvested at waning moon phase, as the basic product. The builder leaves the exterior façade up to the buyer who can choose between stone, wood or a plastered façade. The chalets provide a net living area of 142 sqm and they will be customised to your individual requirements. Upon delivery of the units the new owner can of course choose whether or not he wants furnishings. On the ground floor, with access to the sunny garden area, you will find a spacious and open living and dining area, a spacious entrance hall and a guest bathroom.
You can access the upper floor which features exposed Tyrolean roof beams by a traditional staircase. Here you can find two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a toilet, the spacious dressing room and another approximately 11 sqm large room which can be used as a third bedroom or as a spa area. You will certainly have plenty of space in the cellars to accommodate your skis or your snowboard in each of the Alpine chalets, which are set in park-like surroundings. The entire project provides underground parking with two generous parking areas and you can easily reach your property from here. The open fireplace, typical old timber balconies and original façades with wooden shingle roof are naturally standard in these luxurious chalets. The garden, with generous terrace and two balconies on the upper floor, invites its new owner to stay and enjoy the numerous hours of sunshine. The energy supply is implemented in a sustainable and ecological way by means of geothermal heating, keeping the utilities comparatively low. A successful symbiosis of size, location and room plan combined with Tyrolean charm and a very good price-performance ratio make these property true jewels.
Going am Wilden Kaiser is a municipality in the district of Kitzbühel in the Austrian region of Sölllandl. It is located 8.5 km northwest of Kitzbühel and 5 km west of Sankt Johann in Tirol. The village has 1851 inhabitants, 5 sub-districts and was mentioned as Gouwingen for the first time in 1160. Its main source of income is tourism. It is connected to the large Ski Welt skiing area by the Asitzbahn chairlift, which takes skiers rapidly from Going in the valley up to the large expanse of ski terrain on the mountainsides.
Today, in addition to many handicraft, industrial and trading businesses, Going is dominated by agriculture and the winter and summer tourist industries.
Summer activities and facilities: hiking trails, climbing, mountaineering, natural bathing lake with the longest open-air water slide in Tyrol, beach volleyball, tennis courts and halls, squash hall, 27 hole golf course, riding hall and bridleways, cycle paths, asphaltstockbahnen, Zimmergewehr firing range, open air climbing wall, children`s and family programmes, moorland experience world, etc.
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